Becoming a Member

The University of Michigan Injury Prevention Center benefits from the active participation of faculty, researchers, students, trainees, practitioners, and others interested in supporting injury prevention. 

Membership Criteria

The designation of a U-M IPC Member is available to anyone with an interest in injury prevention work.

Injury prevention includes, but is not limited to, the prevention of:

  • Opioid overdose and misuse
  • Sexual violence
  • Youth violence
  • Intimate Partner Violence
  • Concussion and TBIs
  • Motor vehicle crashes and transportation injuries
  • Suicides
  • Older Adult Falls
  • Child maltreatment

Benefits of Membership


To recent communications:

  • Newsletter
  • Funding opportunities
  • Upcoming events
  • Latest research and news
  • Faculty awards


To all Center education events


To apply for training opportunities, such as internships


  • Name on our website as a member
  • Able to list the University of Michigan Injury Prevention Center membership on your CV, resume or biosketch

U-M Injury Prevention Center Membership Application

We invite you to apply to join our diverse injury prevention community of researchers and practitioners.

Please provide the information requested. IPC staff will review your application and contact you soon. If you are an academic applicant, you will be asked to upload your CV or biosketch toward the end of the survey.

* = required

  • Please enter your highest level credential (e.g. MD, PhD, BS, HS)
  • Brief description of your work or interest in our Center
  • Check all that apply
  • If you do not find your research category above, please specify. Separate multiple areas of interest with comma and space, e.g., psychology, geology, kinesiology
  • Accepted file types: pdf, txt, Max. file size: 20 MB.